First Lutheran Church LCMS

Traditional

Believe In Christ

At First Lutheran Church we believe that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, died for our salvation, and sets us free from sin.

Liturgical

Love One Another

God is a God of love, and as believers, we are known by our love for others.

Confessional

Teach the Word

The Word of God guides and directs us, and reveals God’s will for our lives.

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Worship Services

Every Sunday at 10:30 AM

Close Communion is available on the first and third Sundays of each month.

Mid-Week Lenten Services

Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14th at 7pm*

Wednesday, Feb. 21st at 7pm*

Wednesday, Feb. 28th at 7pm*

Wednesday, Mar. 6th at 7pm*

Wednesday, Mar. 13th at 7pm*

Wednesday, Mar. 20th at 7pm*

*A fellowship meal will precede the service at 6pm in the Luther Building.

Holy Week Services

Palm Sunday, Mar. 24th at 10:30am

Maundy Thursday, Mar. 28th at 7pm

Good Friday, Mar. 29th at 7pm

Easter Sunrise Service Sunday, Mar. 31st 7am**

Easter Service Sunday, Mar. 31st 10:30am**

**Join us for Easter brunch, kids activities, and flowering the cross in between Easter worship services 8-10am

We hope you join us for worship in-person or online. Online worship services are livestreamed on our FLCLR1868 YouTube page. You can also follow us on our First Lutheran Church of Little Rock Facebook page.

Bible Study

We are passionate about the Word at First Lutheran! We offer many opportunities for your to explore your faith with others.

Upcoming Events

  • Shepherding Our Flock Workshop Series

    Join us in February for the Shepherding Our Flock Workshop Series in the Luther Building and hosted by the Board of Evangelism. Click here to learn more …

Photo taken by Nate Brandes

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Photo of congregation courtesy of Judy Kaucher